[Sakma Hayek in Miramax's Frida, 2002.]
A much smaller computer screen is where I've seen the movie in recent months (the High's monumental exhibition, Frida & Diego: Passion, Politics and Painting, inspired me to take another look). But now I can experience all the vibrant details on a grander scale. Through May 11, the Museum is screening Frida every Saturday at 2 p.m. If you're in Atlanta, watch Hayek don the turquoise beads, paint the body cast, and channel the artist's spirit, then head to the galleries to see the highly personal pieces in person.
[Photo my own.]
[More handwoven details from Galton.]